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bouquet

noun  /boʊˈkeɪ, bu-/ us  

bouquet noun (FLOWERS)

[C] a group of flowers that have been attractively arranged so that they can be given as a present or carried on a formal occasion

bouquet noun (SMELL)

[U] the smell of something, esp. wine: a fruity bouquet
Translations of “bouquet”
in Korean 부케, 꽃다발…
in Arabic باقة…
in French bouquet…
in Turkish çiçek demeti, buket…
in Italian bouquet, mazzo di fiori…
in Chinese (Traditional) 花, 花束…
in Russian букет…
in Polish bukiet…
in Spanish ramo, ramillete, buqué…
in Portuguese ramalhete, buquê…
in German das Bukett, die Blume…
in Catalan ram…
in Japanese 花束, ブーケ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 花, 花束…
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